Andrew Walter
QB | (6'6", 233, 4.9) | Arizona State

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Selected by: Oakland Raiders
Round: 3
Pick (Overall): 5(69)
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Overall: Walter started two games as a freshman in 2001. He began the 2002 season as a backup but quickly took over the starting job and exploded onto the national scene with 3,877 passing yards and 28 touchdowns compared to 15 interceptions in coach Dirk Koetter's wide-open offensive attack. However, while Walter didn't play terribly as a junior in 2003, he did not make the progress that was expected. His supporting cast was not what it was in '02 when he had go-to WR Shaun McDonald and he also suffered an ankle injury against UCLA that forced him to miss one game and hindered him for the final three games. Walter was enjoying a bounce-back season as a senior in 2004 before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury versus Arizona. The injury required surgery and prevented him from participating in the Senior Bowl and from working out at the combine. Walter ... For complete overview, strengths and weaknesses, login above or become an Insider.
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